Contact lenses can be a great alternative if you are thinking of eliminating the use of glasses. Whether you've been wearing contacts for many years or are about to get fitted for your first set, Optometric Vision Experience in Wildomar, CA, is here to guide you through the process. Before you visit us for an exam, learn about some contact lens options that can correct your vision blew:
Contact Lens Exam
We will perform a contact lens exam to determine the best fit for your eyes, as you may need specific contacts if you have a condition like astigmatism.
Types of Contact Lenses
We carry many contact lenses options, such as lenses specifically designed for astigmatism, dry eye, nearsightedness, farsightedness,
Daily Disposable Lenses
These lenses are a great option if you don't want to worry about cleaning or storage. Since these are disposable, they are one of the most hygienic options and are designed to only be used for a single day.
Extended Wear Lenses
Extended-wear lenses may be suitable if you are looking for a more permanent solution. You can wear these for up to a week before removing them and they are comfortable to wear for longer periods of time.
If you have astigmatism, you will need specialized contacts to accommodate your condition. Toric lenses fit the irregular shape of your eye, reduce distortion, and providing you with sharper vision.
Multifocal lenses help you see clearly at near and far distances and are a great solution for people with presbyopia.
Rigid Gas Permeable (RGP) Lenses
Since RGP lenses are made from hard and durable material, they are suitable for people with various conditions, such as keratoconus and myopia, and allow oxygen to pass through the eye.
Scleral lenses rest on the sclera, which is the white part of the eye. They are large in diameter and are great for people with conditions like dry eye and irregular astigmatism.
Colored Contact Lenses
These lenses change the color of your eyes and come in several shades and designs. You can also choose ones with or without vision correction.
Contacts for Hard-to-Fit Eyes
Since technology has advanced drastically in recent years, many contact lens options exist for people with hard-to-fit eyes. Our optometrist will help you determine which contacts would be best for your condition.
Contact us for Treatment Today!
Our optometrist, Dr. Mark Jury, opened Optometric Vision Experience in Wildomar, CA, to provide individualized and quality care to every patient and family. If you want to learn more about the services we provide or schedule a contact lens exam, call us today at (951) 304-9733.